Jake Paul Gets Involved At WWE Crown Jewel, Did Logan Paul Beat Roman Reigns?

Jake Paul Gets Involved At WWE Crown Jewel, Did Logan Paul Beat Roman Reigns? WWE

One of Logan Paul’s celebrity brethren made a big run-in to support during the main event of WWE Crown Jewel.

While Logan Paul had touted needing only “one lucky punch” to take on Roman Reigns, their WWE Crown Jewel battle was a starmaker for the viral sensation.

Logan Paul is certainly famous enough without WWE but he surely made at least a few new fans tonight during his rousing performance against Roman Reigns.

Showing off abilities beyond that which he would be expected to possess in his third wrestling match, Logan Paul gave fans several moments of wonder.

Could Logan Paul really best the Tribal Chief, Roman Reigns?

In a wonderful bit of storytelling, Roman would put Paul in a submission hold, reminding him and the WWE fans via the camera that Reigns had this under control but yet Paul would resiliently battle back.

In a more competitive effort than one might expect, Logan Paul showed off impressive flight abilities with a Blockbuster from the middle rope and even a big body slam on Roman Reigns.

“This is the best three match wrestler I have ever seen in my life and it’s not even close,” Wade Barrett said on commentary.

After multiple near falls, bedlam broke out as the Usos came to the aid of Reigns but then were also confronted by Jake Paul who made an entrance, including graphic and music.

While Jake Paul supported Logan Paul to neutralize the Usos including Solo Sikoa, in the end the chaos on the outside left Roman with the opportunity to land a Superman punch and take out Logan Paul.

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